• Why Privacy Matters

    Why Privacy Matters The Hannah Arendt Center presents the eighth annual conference titled "Why Privacy Matters"

    October 15-16, 2015
    Click below for more details!

  • Monthly Virtual Reading Group

    Monthly Virtual Reading Group Become a member of the Hannah Arendt Center and join our Monthly Reading Group! We are currently reading, The Human Condition.
  • Courage To Be: Lecture and Dinner Series

    Courage To Be: Lecture and Dinner Series

    The Arendt Center welcomed Jeanne van Heeswijk as keynote speaker for its final Courage To Be dinner lecture series. Click below to watch an interview with Student Fellow, Bethany Zulick.

  • A Conversation With Bill T. Jones

    A Conversation With Bill T. Jones

    Guests enjoyed a lively discussion after watching a rehearsal of "Analogy/Dora: Tramontane," based on 94-year-old Dora Amelan, a French Jewish woman who served as a nurse and social worker during World War II.

Why Privacy Matters1 Monthly Virtual Reading Group2 Courage To Be: Lecture and Dinner Series3 A Conversation With Bill T. Jones4

2015 Fall Conference

2015 Fall Conference
Our annual fall conference titled "Why Privacy Matters" will take place on October 15-16, 2015! Click below to learn more and be sure to check the list of confirmed speakers. 

Quote of the Week

Quote of the Week

Scholar: Samantha Hill

“It is therefore quite significant, a structural element in the realm of human affairs, that men are unable to forgive what they cannot punish and that they are unable to punish what has turned out to be unforgivable. This is the true hallmark of those offenses, which, since Kant, we call a ‘radical evil’ and about whose nature so little is known, even to us who have been exposed to one of their rare outbursts on the public scene. All we know is that we can neither punish nor forgive such offenses and that they therefore transcend the realm of human affairs and the potentialities of human power, both of which they radically destroy wherever they make their appearance.”
— Hannah Arendt, The Human Condition